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"ted volunteer" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

06:57 min | 3 months ago

"ted volunteer" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Fighting for small business owners nationwide now against the suffocating shutdowns and then at 8 35 James Rosen is here. The political reporter for seems better Broadcast group, also a best selling author and a Beatles aficionado on this the 40th anniversary of John Lennon's death. Can you believe it? 40 years Vince Colonies with Mary Walter. Good morning to you. Joining us now is great, too full. Greg is the managing member of Ogc Law based in Pittsburgh. He's also the lead counsel of the litigation team for Congressman Mike Kelly and candidate Sean Parnell. So the lead counsel joining us. This is great. Great. Thank you. Glad to be here. Thanks for having me So this is a really big deal, and I don't think this case is getting the attention it deserves. Obviously, in the mainstream media, they're not going to cover this. Justice Alito has moved up by 24 hours. The time the Pennsylvania has to respond to an emergency application by your team that signals to me that justice Alito is very interested in your case, but I'm not a lawyer. So is this good news? Yeah. I mean, the deadline has moved up to know something like 25 minutes from now and You know, moving up. The deadline implies that the court may take action is certain the Sooners today what happens when the court takes action? What of the available, Um Options that could take place. So what we filed with the U. S Supreme Court's called an application for rid of injunction, and it basically asked the court to maintain the status quo to hold the certification process and the voting process for the electors and the lower offices in Pennsylvania until the court has an opportunity to rule off. His final matter on the merits of the case. The court could either grant that injunction or obviously deny it or it could decide the entire case on the basis of the briefs that were submitted all at once, and not even bother with an injunction. So those impossibilities. So does this mean that the other members of the court are open to hearing this case, so there hasn't been in a official vote to accept what we are our application for rhythm, and Johnson was also a petition for certiorari, Or at least we asked that it be treated as one. So four justices at least need to vote in favor of taking the case. I don't I'm not aware of any sexual having already occurred, it could occur very quickly or could have already occurred in to stop it announced. Um and but no, we don't. We don't have a strong indication one way or the other. Whether the court has decided to take up the case. Obviously, the issue an injunction. That's a very strong indication. What are you reading into Alito's interest into your case? We find a very intriguing that you do have a Supreme Court justice who is entertaining it and obviously very concerned about it. What do you read into that? Well, you know, there was a prior case that came up to the Supreme Court not too long ago from Pennsylvania, also, where Ph Supreme Court extended by three days, the deadline for acceptance of balance that come in by mail and delete. Oh, sorry leader hosted a dissenting opinion from the refusal to grant interim relief in that case indicated pretty strongly that he thought What was going on in Pennsylvania was Was unconstitutional, even just based on that, so the president has had his attention or for a few months, and it's a case that seems to have his interest. Would this affect other states when it comes to it? If they should hear this case, and if they should say what happened was unconstitutional. Would that if that have any effect in any of these other states? Probably not. They're not aware of any other state that had this unusual situation where we had in P A. Which in P A. We have a constitution that allows voting in one of two ways, either in person or an absentee ballot that meet specific criteria. Specific criteria. I think like you're in the military in your out of town, or your work requires you to be out of town or you're to disable their sick to come to the polling place those kinds of things. An actual excuse for not voting in person and what they did with AKs 77 in Pennsylvania was they passed the law that said, basically forget those categories. Any reasons no reason you can vote by now and historically, MP a. The spring quoted interpreted our Constitution. The P A Supreme Court has interpreted our Constitution as limiting how you can vote. And if you want to change it, you have to do it by an amendment to the Constitution. The past with the Legislature's tried to change the voting requirements for voting by mail with just a piece of legislation. The U P A Supreme Court has stricken it down multiple times. So, um and what amendment requires as opposed to merely passing a piece of legislation amendment requires passing through two successive legislatures and then put it on up to a referendum for all the voters and they skipped all of that and just passed it through. Piece of legislation simultaneous together where they started the amendment process, so it seems that they understood they didn't even amendment. But then, for whatever reason, just didn't finish that process. And when it hadn't passed the law and implemented, it executed it through the election, as if it were already okay to start allowing ballots. Even with no excuse best scenario have been occurred in other states. To my knowledge, Greg to for you are the lead counsel for these candidates. He's Republican candidates who are are challenging the way the election was conducted in Pennsylvania. Last night we saw Ted Cruz, the United States senator from Texas, was on with Sean Hannity on his Fox news program and suggested that he'd be willing to argue your case in front of the Supreme Court of the United States. And I'm wondering this morning. Do you need Ted Cruz is? How are you welcoming Ted Cruz's help for such an argument? Or is that just a distraction at the moment? Need is a strong word. I'm sure I could have managed, but we're thrilled. We're thrilled to have a heavy hitter like Ted volunteered to step up. He's argued to the Supreme Court nine times. Previously, two of them outright, successfully taking five them or at least partial success is so you've got an incredible track record of arguing before the court. He was obviously a Harvard trained lawyer. He was slit surfer Texas for quite a number of years s. Oh, he's an outstanding Supreme Court order. With an incredible track record. I can't match that. Not even close. So this is definitely you know an upgrade. It's like a pinch hitter coming into hit the home run and we welcome it with like a gift from God. Well, well, we will be watching this today. Thank you for taking the time because I'm sure you have a lot to do before this. This deadline hits the thank you so much for joining us, Greg to pull we appreciate it. Thank you so much. Take care of the best of luck today, too, Right? Exciting day 7, 43 and W M A L. Washington's mall. Everybody's talking about it. That's why we're talking about it. One of 5.9 FM, This is why we listen to you. W m A l I know you've heard me talk about valor roofing, and they're incredible. Raise the roof for a veteran programa towards a new roof to disabled veterans. I've been to a couple of these bills..

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"ted volunteer" Discussed on Trivia With Budds

Trivia With Budds

02:38 min | 7 months ago

"ted volunteer" Discussed on Trivia With Budds

"All Right Shits Creek Trivia, let's see if you know enough to be not up Shits Creek number one, the Rose Motel gets what new modified name on season. Four of the show question won the Rose Motel gets what new modified name on season four. Question number two, what musical family did Alexa claim she dated at the same time to get backstage passes to the teen choice awards number two, what musical family did Alexa claim she dated at the same time to get back stage passes to the teen choice awards. Question number three, which two characters on the show are brother and sister in real life number three, which do characters are brother and sister in real life. Question number four, Roland, and Jocelyn have an older son dates, Alexis. What is his name? Number? Four, Roland and Jocelyn have an older son who dates Alexis? What is his name? Question Number Five, what Song is Patrick Sing, for David, at an open mic number five, what Song Does Patrick. Sing for David at an open MIC. And Shits Creek number six, what's the name of the town realtor slash photographer number six? What's the name of the town realtors slash photographer? Question for what's the name of Moya's singing group number seven. What is the name of the singing group? That more up is a part of number seven? Question. Number eight what animal is featured in a movie moyer auditions for number eight, what animal is featured in a movie Moi rough auditions for. Question Nine. What is Bob's wife's name number nine? What is Bob's wife's name nine. And question number ten. What kind of business did the Rose family have before? They went bankrupt number ten. What kind of business did the Rose family have before? They went bankrupt? And for two points, what senior activity does Ted Valentin or to help with for two points at one point on the series? What senior activity does Ted Volunteer to help with?

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11 Trivia Questions on Schitt's Creek

Trivia With Budds

02:38 min | 7 months ago

11 Trivia Questions on Schitt's Creek

"All Right Shits Creek Trivia, let's see if you know enough to be not up Shits Creek number one, the Rose Motel gets what new modified name on season. Four of the show question won the Rose Motel gets what new modified name on season four. Question number two, what musical family did Alexa claim she dated at the same time to get backstage passes to the teen choice awards number two, what musical family did Alexa claim she dated at the same time to get back stage passes to the teen choice awards. Question number three, which two characters on the show are brother and sister in real life number three, which do characters are brother and sister in real life. Question number four, Roland, and Jocelyn have an older son dates, Alexis. What is his name? Number? Four, Roland and Jocelyn have an older son who dates Alexis? What is his name? Question Number Five, what Song is Patrick Sing, for David, at an open mic number five, what Song Does Patrick. Sing for David at an open MIC. And Shits Creek number six, what's the name of the town realtor slash photographer number six? What's the name of the town realtors slash photographer? Question for what's the name of Moya's singing group number seven. What is the name of the singing group? That more up is a part of number seven? Question. Number eight what animal is featured in a movie moyer auditions for number eight, what animal is featured in a movie Moi rough auditions for. Question Nine. What is Bob's wife's name number nine? What is Bob's wife's name nine. And question number ten. What kind of business did the Rose family have before? They went bankrupt number ten. What kind of business did the Rose family have before? They went bankrupt? And for two points, what senior activity does Ted Valentin or to help with for two points at one point on the series? What senior activity does Ted Volunteer to help with?

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"ted volunteer" Discussed on Parcast Presents

Parcast Presents

08:07 min | 8 months ago

"ted volunteer" Discussed on Parcast Presents

"Theodore. There's no evidence that Sam abused his grandson. According to Ted, he was never the victim of his grandfather's violence or of any abuse. For that matter. In fact, he loved Sam and even looked up to him. Ted Often recounted his childhood, an idyllic, almost unrealistic way, and though he was far from a reliable narrator, because there are no documented accounts that he suffered childhood abuse. He very well may have been telling the truth. Though we'll never know definitively if ted suffered any sort of abuse, physical or psychological at the hands of his grandfather, there's no doubt that he witnessed the abuse of his female relatives at a very early age. This experience would have surely shaped his perception of manhood, and very possibly his violent tendencies. According to social psychologist and Abuse Specialists Donald Dutton. Children who experienced domestic violence are more likely to develop an abusive personality. Dutton found that male children in particular were at a greater risk than their female counterparts of becoming abusers. This was especially true in the case of young boys who witnessed abuse against others rather than being directly victimized themselves a circumstance, strikingly similar to the one young Ted Bundy was raised in. However Ted, only lived under SAM calls tyranny for first few years of his life in nineteen fifty, when he was four Ted, and his mother Louise, moved to Tacoma Washington to live with relatives. Ted was devastated to be taken from his beloved grandparents, who he still believed were his adoptive parents, but Louise was determined to start a new life with her son far from the abusive household she'd grown up in. In. The summer of nineteen fifty one louis met Johnny Bundy at an adult singles night at the local Methodist Church, the too quickly fell in love, and it wasn't long before they were married afterward Johnny, formerly Ted giving him the name that would become so infamous decades later. Ted Bundy. But despite this gesture of love and acceptance Ted was never very fond of his stepfather. He described Johnny as dimwitted and resented the fact that he didn't earn much money. As a military cook over the next ten years as louise and Johnny added four more children to the family, Ted became emotionally detached, preferring to spend his time alone. As a kid, and especially as an adolescent Ted was incredibly shy and self conscious. He had a speech impediment that often left him stuttering, and he had few friends throughout his school years. He generally struggled to fit in however Ted's memory of his own childhood was entirely different. The picture that Ted constructed of his youth for psychologists and journalists was like a Norman Rockwell painting. He recalled summer days, catching frogs and Playing Marbles and pee wee football with neighborhood kids. He played up the fact that he was a boy scout, and that every Sunday the entire Bundy clan went to church. Strangely Ted's mother Louise echoed this saccharin picture of his youth. Even after his crimes were revealed, she described it as a very normal active boy. Our Son is the best son in the world. And perhaps Louise Truly did believe this about Ted. After all, he became increasingly skilled at hiding his less savory activities. During his adolescence, Ted began his criminal career as a peeping Tom. He would sneak off into evenings and prowl his middle-class. To Masturbate while he watched women through the windows of their homes, this voyeuristic streak eventually dominated more and more of Ted's life as a teenager, it became an all consuming routine, and he would return to the same houses to watch the same women until the early hours of the morning. As far as we know Ted, was never caught, and as a result, Louise was never conscious of this deviant side of her son. In fact, it seems no one was explicitly aware of Ted's darker inclinations, but his peers always knew there was something off about Ted. In High School, his classmates often said that Ted didn't seem to be all there. He was aloof and never got too close to anyone. He never went drinking. And despite developing into a relatively handsome young man, he never attended school dances, or dated at school, just like at home Ted was a loner of course heads memory of his time in high school was once again different from reality he recounted being perhaps a bit straight edge, but also claimed he was a good student and talented athlete. In Truth Ted's classmates remember him being both a mediocre student and a lacklustre athlete. It seems Ted later over wrote his entire history with the version. He wanted to be true. This is in part because Ted had big ambitions for himself. Resentful of is families lower middle-class economic status. He was obsessed with elevating himself to something he felt was greater more elite. Ted Desperately wanted to be a successful lawyer or even president, but he knew he'd only be able to accomplish these goals if he became a particular kind of person, someone Suave and intelligent, popular and capable, so he started rewriting the parts of his life that didn't fit the mold, and soon he was given the ultimate opportunity to reinvent himself. He went to college. After a year at the University of puget sound in nineteen, sixty, six, nine, thousand nine year, old Ted transferred to the University of Washington in Seattle and went to work reconstructing his identity, he threw out his timid personality, and formed an entirely new persona one that was intense, but likable, intellectual yet all American he taught himself to smile with ease and talk with steady unwavering eye contact with each new person he met, he tried out this new self until he honed it to near Perfection Essentially Ted was practicing the charisma and charm of the kind of politician thought he wanted to be to gain more experience with this political persona firsthand. He volunteered on a local campaign. Around one thousand, nine, hundred, sixty, seven, ted volunteered for Republican Nelson Rockefeller's presidential campaign, working the campaign trail gave him a built in social life. He never had suddenly he had a group of friends, campaign staffers and other volunteers and a variety of political functions to attend. These events gave Ted real opportunities to test drive his sparkling personality with practice. He found he could strike up a conversation easily and fit in at any function. These newfound social skills also landed him his first girlfriend. In one thousand, nine, hundred, Sixty, seven twenty year old Ted met Diana birds a fellow student at the University of Washington, Diane was the kind of woman Ted Dreamed of. She was tall and beautiful with long dark hair, but it wasn't just Diane's looks that Ted adored. She also came from a wealthy family near San Francisco. She was worldly, sophisticated upper class. Ted.

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"ted volunteer" Discussed on Serial Killers

Serial Killers

10:47 min | 1 year ago

"ted volunteer" Discussed on Serial Killers

"Was a boy scout and that every Sunday the entire Bundy clan went to church strangely. Ted's mother Louise echoed the saccharin picture of his youth. Even after his crimes were revealed she described as a very normal active boy. Our Son is the best son in the world. And perhaps Louise Truly did believe this about Ted after all. He became increasingly skilled at hiding his less savory activities. During his adolescence Ted began his criminal career as a peeping Tom. He would sneak off in the evenings. And Prowl his middle-class neighborhood to masturbate while he watched women through the windows of their homes. This voyeuristic streak eventually dominated more and more of Ted's life as a teenager. It became an all consuming routine and he would return to the same houses to watch the same women until the early hours of the morning morning. As far as we know Ted was never caught and as a result Louise was never conscious of this deviant side of her son in fact it seems no one was explicitly aware of Ted's darker inclinations but his peers always knew there was something off about Ted in high school. His classmates often said that Ted didn't seem to be all there. He was aloof and never got too close to anyone. He never went drinking and and despite developing into a relatively handsome young man he never attended school dances or dated at school. Just like at home. Ted was was a loner. Of course heads. Memory of his time in high school was once again different from reality he recounted being perhaps a bit straight edge but it also claimed he was a good student and talented athlete. In truth. Ted's classmates remember him being both a mediocre student and a lacklustre athlete eight. It seems Ted later over wrote his entire history with the version he wanted to be true. This is in part because Ted had a big ambitions for himself resentful of his family's lower middle-class economic status he was obsessed with elevating himself to something he felt was greater more elite. Ted Desperately wanted to be a successful lawyer or even president but he knew he'd only be able to accomplish these goals if if he became a particular kind of person someone Suave and intelligent popular and capable so he started rewriting the parts of his life. If that didn't fit the mold and soon he was given the ultimate opportunity to reinvent himself. He went to college after a year at the University of puget. Sound in one thousand nine hundred sixty six nine thousand nine year old Ted transferred to the University of Washington in Seattle and went to work reconstructing his identity he threw out his timid personality and formed an entirely new persona one that was intense intense but likable intellectual yet. All American he taught himself to smile with ease and talk with steady unwavering eye. Contact Act with each new person. He met he tried out this new self until he honed did to near perfection. Essentially Ted was practicing the charisma and charm arm of the kind of politician. He thought he wanted to be to gain more experience with this political persona firsthand. He volunteered on a local campaign around. One thousand nine hundred sixty seven. Ted Volunteered for Republican Nelson Rockefeller's presidential residential campaign working on the campaign trail gave him a built in social life. He never had suddenly. He had a group of friends campaign staffers and other volunteers and a variety of political functions to attend these events gave Ted real opportunities to test drive his sparkling personality with practice actus. He found he could strike up a conversation easily and fit in any function. These newfound social skills also landed him his first girlfriend in one thousand nine hundred sixty seven twenty year old. Ted Met Diana birds a fellow student at the University University of Washington. Diane was the kind of woman Ted Dreamed of. She was tall and beautiful with long dark hair. But it wasn't just Diane's looks that Ted adored. She also came from a wealthy family near San Francisco. She was worldly sophisticated upper class. Ted Ted swiftly fell in love. The two spent much of their time together going on drives arrives. They traveled across Washington State through dense forests seeking beautiful views on the mountains. Ted later said they also spent hours Kissing Diane Diane expensive car whispering sweet. Nothings to one another. Diane was most likely the first person to truly get close to Ted. She saw potential in him. She was attracted to his confidence and charm but she felt he could make something more of himself because she came from a wealthy influential family. Diana was looking to be with someone who could one day provider with the lifestyle. She'd become accustomed to meaning Ted with his humble middleclass brutes had everything to prove being with Diane meant becoming the kind of man she wanted him to be and her expectations began to compound compound. The pressures Ted already put on himself it only inflamed his insecurity when Diane Graduated From College in Nineteen eighteen sixty eight. She returned home to California the anxiety. Ted Harbert about whether or not he was good enough to stay with. Diane began to devour him. They tried to make the long distance relationship work. But that's summer Diane's letters began to dwindle and her calls became less frequent. Then she didn't write at all. Ted was devastated later. He recounted very little about this time other than consuming assuming emptiness he said in there somewhere was a desire to have some sort of revenge on Diane toward the end of that summer. I'm serious I just I. It's blank I don't know what the Hell I did. In that blind spot was Ted's dark descent. His slow metamorphosis us into the killer he was fated to become and when he finally arrived there would be no turning back. When we return? Ted Bundy's composure begins to crumble revealing the murderer underneath the facade. I WANNA take a moment to say thank you to all of our listeners because of you serial killers just reached its third anniversary. Three years of serial killers. Dealers isn't possible without your support so to commemorate this incredible anniversary and your loyalty serial killers will now be airing twice a week. That's right in addition addition to the regular Monday release of serial killers. You also get a brand new episode every Thursday so mark your calendar and get ready to hear US twice a week Every Monday and Thursday and thanks again for supporting serial killers now back to the story in Nineteen Sixty eight twenty one year old Ted. Bundy found himself utterly alone. His life in a tailspin. It seemed that he'd been faded to live masquerading as something. He was not no matter how he changed himself or how desperately he wanted it he would never never be the powerful debonair man. He imagined his efforts at self improvement had led to his first girlfriend Diane Edwards but eventually she had seen him for what he truly was and then she had abandoned him. It was perhaps the most painful thing he'd ever experienced the end of Ted's relationship with Diane was the first domino to fall in his twisted metamorphosis. The next his failed plans for the future that year Ted dropped out of college records of what he did during the end of one thousand nine hundred sixty eight and nineteen. sixty-nine are unclear but some accounts report that it was during this time he learned the truth about his identity about his birth. We don't know if Louise ever intended to tell held Ted the truth that she was his mother and not his older sister but regardless of her intentions. Ted beat her to the punch. He found a copy of his birth certificate with Louise's name listed as his biological mother and the word illegitimate listed near his own before that summer. Bummer Ted knew who he was. He was the son of Salmon. Eleanor cowl he was a student at the University of Washington and he was Diane Edwards is boyfriend then over a period of just one year each of those truths crumbled. He had a true crisis of identity. According to psychiatrist and Harvard Researcher Judith Herman Trauma Dismantles the systems that help support us whether they be social cultural. Or we're economic. When traumatic events destroy these protections we are disempowered therefore the process of trauma rehabilitation requires us to rebuild these systems to restore control over our own lives for Ted Bundy? His trauma recovery fueled his second transformation Shen and he was hell bent to take back the power he felt had been taken from him in nineteen sixty nine. At twenty two years old he seemingly became determined to pull himself up by his bootstraps that fall he re enrolled at the University of Washington. You then met another woman it Elizabeth Clip for Elizabeth or. Liz had long brown hair. She was a plane softspoken woman from a Mormon German family and the single mother of a young daughter. She was Ted's on again off again girlfriend for the.

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"ted volunteer" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!

The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!

04:09 min | 1 year ago

"ted volunteer" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!

"Thank you for listening to this podcast. One production available on Apple podcasts and podcast one step Soda Steel and show is brought to you free today by friends of Toto Dot A._G.. With the fourth of July behind us to fireworks action sports is summer just keeps on going and Major League baseball the U._F._C. Major league soccer all happening get into mix. It bet online dot A._G.. And use the Promo Code podcast one for your fifty percent welcome bonus bet online dot A._g.. Online sportsbook experts burch an exclusive partner a- podcast one sports deck PODCAST ONE DOT COM production. He started in a small town in Texas worked as a pass off to become one of the most famous wrestlers of all don. We're GONNA take care of business tonight. And that's the bottom line and now he's dominating the world of on demand audio and he's doing it for the work in man. This is a good Al Spew Bullshit my brain. This is Steve Austin on all right but welcome Steve Austin show. I am coming to the streets of Los Angeles California today. I'm glad to be back. We'll be playing some of the most requested Steve Austin. Show classics <unk> been locked away in the archives. got a great one for you this week and here's my producer Sean to tell you all about what's good everybody. It's producer Sean with a classic episode of the Steve Austin. Show I bring you episode Number Three Twenty with Ted Fowler and the case of the Blue Panties original air date April twenty eighth two thousand sixteen. I select these episodes. I picked him off here. Each week and I recall a few episodes host this one where Steve has talked Ted ahead and the blue panties comments has come up but I never knew exactly what it meant because I never heard this episode until I found it and that's why planning a few today so I'm not GonNa give anything away but you'll get to hear what the Blue Panties comment refers is to in this episode. This is where it originated and I'm certain that once Ted and Steve get together again to record episodes of maybe that might come up ten has been quite the guest over the years on the Steve Austin show so that's a lot of history going on there air and speaking of new episodes checkout Steve Most Recent episode of the Steve Austin Show with Jim Ross W._w._e.. Hall of Famer and senior advisor of all elite wrestling lots of cool stuff in that episode if you haven't checked it out yet also in this episode we're talking talking about Ted volunteers who panties right episode three twenty and this episode we hear about that story as well as Steve's Emory experience he's referred to his experiences in the past <hes> multiple times but he does extrapolate a bit more on this particular instance and it's a pretty good story also Steve had to get a new computer because he had a mishap. You'll find out about that as well as Steve Answers the question why they're <hes> has or has not or maybe there will be a reality show at the Brooklyn purpose goal ranch so a lot of stuff going on in this episode this day in History Today being July eleventh we start off in Nineteen ninety-two Richmond Virginia Barry Windham defeated W._w.. T._V. Champion Steve Austin in a non title match they we jumped to the W._f.. In Nineteen ninety-six in Albany New York Steve Austin defeated Salvio Vega in a no disqualification match then in one thousand nine hundred seven in Dallas Texas Steve Austin and mankind defeated Bret Hart and W._f.. Intercontinental champion Owen earnhardt. I think that sounds like a great match. I'd like to see that and then finally in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight in Atlantic City New Jersey W._f.. World Champion Stone Cold Steve Austin defeated mankind. I got information from the history of W._W._e.. Dot Com all right folks come right up. We've got a classic episode of the Steve Austin Show and the case of Ted Fowler and the Blue panties stick around like continues to be a scorcher when it comes to Sports Actions Actions Major League baseball the U._F._C. and major league soccer keep the seat interesting and the U._F._C. The highly regarded your I favor makes his return to the octagon

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"ted volunteer" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"ted volunteer" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

"Until you bring your family or to a i've got to protect them they're more important than me right bring your country into a it's more important that you've gotta stay on it or something i mean you have to get better there's a certain nobility in a good feeling inside your reaching out for something greater and good and it's makes you feel guilty as well and he didn't even againstallodds because they knew how outnumbered they were it's kinda like going up against the federal government right now me you you'd be completely outnumbered you you would know how that i mean he would really conceive how that was going gonna enron has the title chance by her but you did it anyway you walk to you you you put your stuff on a little it a little baggage put on the end of a stick and walked from your family at the farm and and you're town i i i honestly i know it's funny as people don't change i mean is still human nature in us still people neighbor price does scared as you would be today doing this but they did it anyway and a and a pretty good percentage not a lot but a good percentage of them did it wasn't it like 13 percent something like that but why how you know i watched a movie wear that was sort of the theme was these guys just sort of standing up and and and saying okay i'll do it i'll be part of this even though i know that i'm not coming back and what that took for them tear ted volunteer themselves and i thought wow now that's that's us really special kind of nobility bravery um but then i wonder how people feel about being used as pawns on we all want and we all have people in our families that have been hurt by war when we all the people that have been killed in our families by war and you never want to think that they were used in any way for that purpose but it happens all the time and so it's really hits home for a lot of people i come from a navy family right in everybody's navy all the way back in pearl harbor you name it.

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